See the world like never before when Discovery Science takes a closer look at things meteoric, microscopic – and even mutant – this February. Celebrate the power of evolution and Earth’s unlikely animals in MUTANT PLANETS (Feb. 28). Fan favourites Geoff Notkin and Steve Arnold return to search for something rarer than gold in season two of METEORITE MEN (Feb. 7). Then, zoom in and see the microorganisms that surround us everyday in INVISIBLE WORLDS (Feb. 16).
February programming highlights for Discovery Science include:
Monday at 8 p.m. ET/10 p.m. PT, beginning February 28
Take a closer look at the world and see how the magic of evolution and the forces of nature have shaped eccentric animals, eclectic lifestyles and unorthodox patterns of behaviour on MUTANT PLANETS. This breathtaking six-part series combines traditional natural history with cutting edge science. Explore six strange “worlds within worlds” where it seems as if nature has thrown the rule book out the window.
Wednesday at 9 p.m. ET/PT, beginning February 16
There are Earthly forces, airborne particles and organisms that coexist with humans, but cannot be seen by the naked eye. INVISIBLE WORLDS captures the things we cannot see and explores them in intricate detail. This incredible one-hour special uses cutting-edge laboratory techniques, such as scanning electron microscopes and specialty photography, to capture an extraordinarily close-up look at what’s in our air and water. There is no computer generated imagery and no blue screens – everything you see is real!
Monday at 9 p.m. ET/PT, beginning February 7
Discovery Science’s #1 program is back for a second season! METEORITE MEN continues the search for lost pieces of the universe buried deep below the Earth’s surface. Professional meteorite hunters, Geoff Notkin and Steve Arnold, are armed with cutting-edge detection technology, secret maps and a keen ability to scientifically decipher the mystery of where each cosmic treasure might lie. Join them in this eight-part series as they combat rugged terrain and challenging weather conditions in pursuit of these rare scientific treasures.